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Interview: Hamilton Choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler

I couldn’t have an interview with Andy Blankenbuehler without asking about Hamilton, the mega Broadway musical which he choreographed that has equivocally become a cultural phenomenon. Sure, I was […]

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Philadelphia Gets a Perfect Score on HRC’s Municipal Equality Index

Philadelphia received top honors in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index, or MEI. A rigorous series of criteria must be met in order to score […]

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5 Gayborhood Stores to Finish Your Holiday Shopping

Christmas Eve is a week away, which means all of you last-minute shoppers have quite a bit of work to do. It hasn’t helped that […]

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Philly-Trained Opera Star Creates New Program to Inspire High School Opera Lovers

Joyce DiDonato worked three jobs while attending Philadelphia’s Academy of Vocal Arts (AVA): She was a singing waitress at Victor’s Restaurant, the choir director at a […]

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Wellness Party at William Way to Benefit Tara Lessard

Earlier this week, we wrote about the crowd source fundraiser that was established to assist Tara Lessard, a Gayborhood staple who is currently battling ovarian […]

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My 30 Minutes With Tom Stoppard

I go into my interview with Oscar and Tony-winning British playwright Tom Stoppard with a laundry list of questions, but I quickly forget all about them once I sit down across […]

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14 Things to Do in Philly This Week

Whether you want to hang with legends like Tom Stoppard or watch WWE wrestlers get the living daylight beat out of them, this week provides […]

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Community Comes Together for Tara Lessard, G Philly Contributor and Gayborhood Photographer

Writer’s note: I’ve received permission from Ms. Lessard to share this story. I first learned about Tara Lessard‘s cancer diagnosis while I was in a hotel room. […]

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Review: Handel’s Messiah As Intimate As It Is Grand

There was something tangible about Friday evening’s performance of Handel’s Messiah with the Philadelphia Orchestra, featuring a host of opera notables and the large-scale Philadelphia Voices […]

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Q&A: Getting Down With The Skivvies

If you’ve never seen Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley, you don’t know what you’re in for. The Broadway stars, who met back in 2003, are […]

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INTERVIEW: Tim Samson, NJ Contestant on ABC’s The Great Holiday Baking Show

It doesn’t get much gayer than a big sparkly holiday baking contest. Well, throw in out baker Tim Samson, and it gets a wee bit […]

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Kathryn Knott Trial Begins Today

Jury selection for the trial for Kathryn Knott, the now lone defendant in the Center City gay-bashing case from 2014, begins today after a series of […]

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Opera Philadelphia to Make Historic Apollo Theater Debut

Today’s historic announcement by Opera Philadelphia may be, by far, a much more significant one than their heavily publicized O17 festival: They’ll be bringing the first […]

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INTERVIEW: Mark McCloughan and Jaime Maseda of No Face Performance Group

They dress up as nuns at midnight, fall asleep, wake up every half-hour, and improvise. That may sound really strange, and, heck, it sort of […]

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PHOTOS: Time Is On Our Side Reading at William Way Center

It was an interesting juxtaposition at last evening’s reading of R. Eric Thomas‘ newest play Time Is On Our Side at the William Way Center; A portion […]